This weeks 'Monday makes'
has been inspired by the Hebridean sea from a recent holiday
This design started as an idea that has developed over the last week - So this morning I sat out in the sunshine and made this pendant, while I was making it so many other options were forming in my head, so may be I will be making a few more pendants yet!
Having just spent two weeks in the Hebrides surrounded by sea, the colour of which changed daily from steely grey to a stunning deep blue I shouldn't be surprised that I chose to make jewellery in these colours this week, they just shouted out at me.
A necklace, bracelet and matching earrings.
Not everyone wants to or can afford to spend thousands of pounds on a wedding, but most brides still want to feel like a princess for the day. I make jewellery in a range of styles with a variety of beads from freshwater pearls and Swarovski crystals to glass beads and pearls. Today's one of a kind necklace for Wedding Wednesday is a pretty string of glass pearls and beads. it measures 20 inches inc. clasp which is silver plate - cost £15
This pretty necklace would be ideal for a bride who is looking for something simple but with a bit of pearl and sparkle - it measures 16 inches and is made with a glass crystal bead, glass pearls and diamante beads and is on a fine silver plate chain.
Following on the the knitted bracelet in my previous post I also crocheted this cup with wire and beads and added the same button as I used for the bracelet clasp as the centre bead and then I attached it to a stick pin to make this dress pin